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Julamerk [Egypt and the East], by Mrs. Webb.

Sixth Century (546). Antonina [Fall of Rome], by Collins. _

Blue and Green [Constantinople, Times of Justin and Justinian], by Pottinger.

Seventh Century. Early Dawn [Christianity], by Charles.

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Eighth Century. Forest of Vazon [Guernsey Legend].

Ninth Century. Chronicles of Ethelfled [Alfred the Great], by Miss Manning.

Tenth Century. Erling the Bold [Scandinavia], by Kingston.

Little Duke [Richard the P'earless of Normandy], by Yonge.

Eleventh Century. Count Robert of Paris [Constantinople and Palestine, Second

Crusade], by Sir Walter Scott.
Harold the Last of the Saxon Kings, by Lytton.

Hereward the Wake [England under William the Conqueror], by Kingsley.

Lady Godiva [Coventry. Canute], by J. B. Marsh.

Truce of God [Henry IV. and Gregory VII. of Germany], by G. H. Miles.

Twelfth Century (1177). Fair Rosamond, by T. Miller.

(1189). Ivanhoe [Return of Richard I. from the Crusades, Barons, Robin Hood, &c.],

by Scott.

Arrah Neil [Ireland], by James.

Betrothed, by Scott.

King and the Troubadour [Third Crusade], by Julia Corner.

Lady Sybil's Choice [Third Crusade], by Holt.

Mitslav [Baltic Shores], by Milman.

Ranulph the Red [Fen Fiend].

Talisman [Third Crusade, Richard I., Saladin, &c.], by Scott.

Thirteenth Century. (1267). The Prince and the Page [Eighth Crusade], by Yonge.
Castle Dangerous [Scotland, English War], by Scott.

Castle of Ehrenstein [Robber Barons, Germany], by James.

Days of Bruce [English War], by Aguilar.

How I Won my Spurs [Barons' War], by Edgar.



Philip Augustus [France], by Ja

~ John, King of Englan

Runnymede and Lincoln Fair [Third Crusade], by J. G. Edgar.



Royston Gower [Times of John, King of England], byJMiller.

Runnymede and Lincoln Fair [Third

Scottish Chiefs [Wallace], by Porter.

Fourteenth Century (1361). Half Brothers [Spain and Portugal], by Dumas.

Castle Dangerous [Scottish Wars], by Scott.

Crecy and Poictiers [France, War in], by J. G. Edgar.

De Foix [France], by Bray.

Forest Days [Robin Hood], by James.

Isabel of Bavaria [Charles VI.], by Dumas.

Lances of Lynwood [Black Prince], by Yonge.

Lion of Flanders [France], by Conscience.

Rienzi [Roman Tribunes], by Lytton.

Robin Hood, by Heaton.

Robin Hood, by Marsh.

Romola [Italy, Savonarola, &c.], by Eliot.

The Jacquerie [France], by James.

Fifteenth Century (1492). Leila [Conquest of Granada], by Lytton.

(1492). Mercedes of Castile [The Expulsion of the Jews], by Cooper.

(1492). The Alhambra [Conquest of Granada], by Irving.

(1492). Vale of Cedars [Expulsion of Jews from Spain], by Aguilar.

Agincourt [France, War in], by James.

Agnes de Sorrento [Savonarola, Italy, &c.], by Stowe.

Anne of Geierstein [The Vehmgericht, France, Germany, &c.], by Scott.

Caged Lion [Captivity of James I., of Scotland], by Yonge.

Captain of the Guard [James II. of Scotland, Times of], by Grant.

Cloister and Hearth [Old Paris], by Reade.

Days of Yore [Margaret of Scotland], by S. Tytler.

Dove in the Eagle's Nest [Germany], by Yonge.

Fair Maid of Perth [The Clans], by Scott.

Hunchback of Notre Dame [Old Paris], by Hugo.

Joan the Maid [War in France, Joan of Arc], by Mrs. Charles.

Last of the Barons [Wars of the Roses], by Lytton.

Leonora D'Orco [French Invasion of Italy], by James.

Mary of Burgundy [France, Germany, the Netherlands, &c.], by James.

Norseman in the West [America before Columbus], by Ballantyne.

Old Margaret [the Netherlands, Ghent], by Kingsley.

Quentin Durward [France, Louis XI. 1, by Scott.

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FIF CHRONOLOGICAL INDEX TO FICTION. SEV

Fifteenth Century (continued). St. Clare of the Isles [Hebrides and James I., of
Scotland].

Talba [Spain and Portugal], by Mrs. Bray.

Woodman [Richard III.], by James.

Yellow Frigate [Scotland], by Grant.

Sixteenth Century (1521). Cortez [The Fall of Mexico], by Taylor.

(1547). Mary of Lorraine [Battle of Pinkie], by Grant.

(1572). Henry of Guise [Massacre of St. Bartholomew, France], by James.

(1588). Westward Ho ! [Spanish Armada], by Kingsley.

Abbot [Mary, Queen of Scots], by Scott.

Alone in London [Apprentices], by Stretton.

Ascanio [Jesuits, France], by Dumas.

Bothwell, Mary, Queen of Scots], by Grant.

Braes of Yarrow [ Times of James V. of Scotland], by Gibbon.

Brigand [Days of Calvin, France, &c.], by James.

Caesar Borgia [Italy], by Robinson.

Cardinal Pole [Days of Mary, Queen of England], by Ainsworth.

Catherine de Medici [Girlhood of C. de M., Italy, c.], byTrollope.

Chaplet of Pearls [Massacre of St. Bartholomew], by Yonge.

Chronicles of the Schonberg-Cotta Family [Reformation in Germany], by Mrs. Charles.

Cloister and the Hearth [the Reformation], by Reade.

Colloquies of Edward Osborne [Apprentices], by Miss Manning.

Constable De Bourbon [Huguenots, France], by Ainsworth.

Constable of the Tower [Edward VI.], by Ainsworth.

Crichton [Paris, Catherine de Medici, Marguerite de Valois, &c.], by Ainsworth.

Darnley [Wolsey], by James.

Dove in Eagle's Nest [Germany], by Ypnge.

Faire Gospeller [Anne Askew], Religious Persecution and Martyrdom], by Miss

Manning.

Forty-five Guardsmen [France], by Dumas.

From Dawn to Dark in Italy.

Golden Grasshopper [Sir Thomas Gresham], by Kingston.

Gowrie.

Household of Sir Thomas More [Henry VIII.], by Manning.

Heiress of Bruges [Spain, Struggle with the Netherlands], by Grattan.

Jane Seton [Witchcraft and Intrigue], by Grant.

Kenilworth [Elizabeth and Leicester, Amy Robsart], by Scott.

Knight of St. John [The Siege of Malta], by Miss A. M. Porter.

Lady Jane Grey, by Miller.

Lancashire Witches [Henry VIII., James I., &c.], by Ainsworth.

Leonora D'Orco [French Manners], by James.

Man-at-Arms [St. Bartholomew], by James.

Margaret De Valois [Massacre of St. Bartholomew], by Dumas.

Martyrs of Spain [Spain and Portugal], by Mrs. Charles.

Monastery [Mary, Queen of Scots], by Scott.

One in a Thousand [Assassination of the Duke of Guise, France], by James.

Owen Tudor [Romance of Paris], by Robinson.

Protestant [Days of Mary], by Bray.

Queen's Maries [Days of Mary, Queen of Scots], by Melville.

Richelieu [France], by James.

Rose d'Albret [French Manners], by James.

Sidonia the Sorceress [Manners in Pomerania], by Meinhold, &c.

Spanish Match [Charles II. in Spain, &c.], by Ainsworth.

Tower of London [Lady Jane Grey], by Ainsworth.

Windsor Castle [Henry VIII., Herne the Hunter, Anne Boleyn, Sir Thomas Wyatt,

&c.], by Ainsworth.

Seventeenth Century (1605). Father Darcy [Gunpowder Plot], by Marsh.

(1627). Three Musketeers [La Rochelle], by Dumas.

(1642-3). Splendid Spur [Civil War], by Caine.

(1651). Woodstock [Worcester Fight, &c.], by Scott.

(1665). History of the Plague [Fire and Plague, England], by De Foe.

(1665). Old St. Paul's [Fire of London and Plague], by Ainsworth.

(1672). Black Tulip [The Netherlands, the Hague, &c.], by Dumas.

(1678). Peveril of the Peak, by Scott.

(1679). Old Mortality [Bothwell Bridge], by Scott.

(1689). Scottish Cavalier [Claverhouse, Battle of Killiecrankie], by Gait.

(1691). Redmond, Count O'Hanlon [Battle of the Aughrim], by Carleton.

(1698). Darien [Darien Scheme], by Warburton.

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SEV GUILLE-ALLES LIBRARY.

Seventeenth. Century (continued). Agnes de Mansfeldt [Germany], by Grattan.

Amber Witch [Pomerania, Gustavus Adolphus], by Meinhold.

Arabella Stuart [Days_of James I. of England], by James.

James.



Arrah Neil [Ireland, Time of Charles I.], by

r .v._ Rebellion], by Porter.

rince Charles], by Ainsworth.



Barony [Monmonth's Rebellion], by Porter.

Boscobel [Escape of Prince Charles], by Ains

Betrothed Lovers [Plague at Milan], by A. Manzoni.



Buccaneer [Civil War, Cromwell, c.], by Hall.

Captain Kyd [Massachusetts], by Ingraham.

Captain of the Guard [Charles II.], by Grant.

Cardinal Mazarin, by Dumas.

Ca?tle Cornet [Channel Islands in the Days of Civil War], by Hawtray.

Cavaliers of Virginia [Cromwell, United States], by Carruthers.

Children of the New Forest [Civil War], by Marryat.

Danvers Papers [Monmouth's Rebellion], by Yonge.

De L'Orme [France], by James.

Diary of Mary Powell [Days of Milton], by Miss Manning.

Draytons and Davenants [Commonwealth], by Charles.

Fate [Revolution, 1688, Cromwell, &c.], by James.

Fortunes of Nigel [Days of James I.], by James.

Harry Ogilvy [Civil War in Scotland], by Grant.

Gowrie [James I. of England], by James.

Guy Fawkes [James ist, Papist Conspiracy, Gunpowder Plot, &c.], by Ainsworth.

Heidelberg [Thirty Years' War, Germany], by James.

Henry Masterton [Commonwealth], by James.

Holmby House [Civil War], by Melville.

Huguenot [France], by James.

Huguenot Family [France], by Tytler.

James II., or, the Revolution of 1688, by Ainsworth.

John Deane of Nottingham [Assassination Plot], by Kingston.

John Inglesant [Civil War, Irish Rebellion, Charles I.], by Shorthouse.

King's Highway [William and Mary, The Fenwick Conspiracy], by James.

Leaguer of Lathom [Civil War], by Ainsworth.

Legend of Montrose [Covenanters], by Scott.

Life of Colonel Jack [Commonwealth], by Defoe.

Lorna Doone [Days of James II.], by Blackmore.

Marchioness of Brinvilliers [Poisoner in Old Paris], by Smith.

Memoirs of a Cavalier [Civil War], by Defoe.

Nanon [Mazarin], by Dumas.

Ovingdean Grange [Civil War], by Ainsworth.

Paul the Pope and Paul the Friar [Italy],, by Trollope.

Richelieu [France], by James.

Robber [Times of Charles 1 1.], by James.

Russell [Time of Charles II.], by James.

St. George and St. Michael [Commonwealth], by Mac Donald.

Scottish Cavalier [Battle of Killiecrankie, &c.], by Grant.

Star Chamber [Days of James I.], by Ainsworth.

The Phnntom Ship [Germany], by Marryat.

Twenty Years' After [Mazarin], by Dumas.

Wept of Wish-ton-Wish [United S'tates], by Cooper.

Whitefriars [Charles II., Claude Duval, Titus Dates, Colonel Blood, &c.], by Robinson.

Whitehall [Days of Charles I.], by Robinson.

Eighteenth Century (1715). Preston Fight [Insurrection of 1715], by Ainsworth.

(1720). Courtship [Courtship in], by Smart.

(1736). Heart of Midlothian [Porteous Riots], by Scott.

(1741). Roderick Random [Carthagena, Bombardment of], by Smollett.

(i74 2 )- Letty Hyde's Lovers [English Service, 1742] by Grant.

(1745). For James or George [Schoolboy's Tale], by H. C. Adams [B .O. A., v. 6.]

(1746). White Cockade [Falkirk and Culloden], by Grant.

(1750). Satanstoe [New York, Anti-Rentism, c.], by Cooper.

(1755)- Escape [Earthquakes of Lisbon], Tales from Blackwood.

(1756-60). Last of the Mohicans [Old French War], by Cooper.

(1770). Warra \varra [Carib Chief], by Breen.

( I 775-84)- Hurricane Hurry [American War of Independence], by Kingston.

(1775-84). White Scalper [American War of Independence], by Aimard.

(1775). Lionel Lincoln [Siege of Boston], by Cooper.

(1780). Barnaby Rudge [Gordon Riots], by Dickens.

(1789). Child of the Revolution [France], by Roberts.

(1789). Taking the Bastile [The Revolution], by Dumas.

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Eighteenth. Century (continued). (1790). Comtesse De Charney [Champ de Mars],
by Dumas.

(1790-. Delphine [French Revolution], by Lovell.

(1791). God's Providence House, by Mrs. Banks.

(1792). Country in Danger [French Revolution], by Erckmann-Chatrian.

(1792). Madame The'rese [Revolution], by Erckmann-Chatrian.

(1793). Ingenue, French Revolution [Death of Marat], by Dumas.

(1793)- Ninety-Three [France, La Vende'e], by Hugo.

(1793)- Atelier du Lys [French Revolution, Reign of Terror], by Roberts.

(1793). Tale of Two Cities [French Revolution], by Dickens.

(1793). Year One of the Republic [French Revolution], by Erckmann-Chatrian.

(1794)- Oliver Ellis [Capture of Guadaloup], by Grant.

(1794)- Citizen Bonaparte [French Revolution and Empire], by Erckmann-Chatrian.

(1797)- King's Own [Mutiny at the Nore], by Marryat.

0798). Irish Widow's Son [Insurrection of 1798], by Con O'Leary.

(1798). The Croppy [Irish Insurrection], by Banim.

Adventures of Rob Roy [Jacobite Conspiracies], by Grant.

Against the Stream [Slave Emancipation], by Mrs. Charles.

Alice Lorraine [Peninsular War], by Blackmore.

Ancient Regime [Louis XV., France], by James.

Beau Nash [Fashionable Manners, Times of George III.], by Ainsworth.

Ben Brace [Days of Nelson], by Chamier.

Black Dwarf [Conspiracies of the Jacobites, Scotland], by Scott.

Burgomaster's Family [Dutch Character], by C. Muller.

Cannibal Islands [Captain Cook], by Ballantyne.

Captain Singleton [George I.], by De Foe.

Castle Rackrent [Irish Characters], by Edgeworth.

Chevalier of the Maison Rouge [Red Terror, France], by Dumas.

Citizen of Prague [Maria Theresa, Germany], by H. J. Paalgrow, trans, by Howitt.

Consuelo [Germany, Frederick the Great], by Sand.

Cornet of Horse [Marlboro's Wars], by Henty.

De Vere [Political Life], by Ward.

Devereux [Time of Queen Anne], by Lytton.

Diary of Mrs. Kitty Trevelyan [Whitefriars and We.sley], by Mrs. Charles.

Esmond [Queen Anne, Young Chevalier, &c.], by Thackeray.

Feats on the Fiord [Norway], by Miss Martineau.

Frank Hilton [War in Arabia], by Grant.

Gipsy [George II.], by James.

Guy Rivers, the Outlaw [Georgia], by Simms.

Hartland Forest [Devonshire], by Bray.

Henry Smeaton [George I.], by James.

Humphrey Clinker [The Methodists], by Smollett.

John Law [South Sea Bubble], by Ainsworth.

King's Own Borderers [Peninsular Campaign], by Grant.

La Vende'e [France], by Trollope.

Lady Bell [England], by Tytler.

Lord Mayor of London [George II.], by Ainsworth.

Lords of Strogue [Insurrection of Emmet, Ireland], by Wingfield.

Louise De La Valliere [Louis XIV.], by Dumas.

Lucy Arden [Times of George I.], by Grant.

Memoirs of a Physician [Death of Louis XV., France], by Dumas.

Miser's Daughter [George II.], by Ainsworth.

Near to Nature's Heart [Washington, Arnold, &c.], by Roe.

Pastor's Fireside [England, Spain and Vienna], by Porter.

Peg Woffington [The Stage], by Reade.

Phantom Regiment [War in Spain], by Grant.

Queen's Necklace [French Court], by Dumas.

Redgauntlet [Conspiracies of the Jacobites], by Scott.

Rob Roy [Conspiracies of the Jacobites], by Scott.

Rody the Rover [Ribbonism], by Carleton.

Romance of War [Peninsular Campaign], by Grant.

St. James's [Queen Anne], by Ainsworth.

Sir Edward Seaward's Narrative [Carribean Seas], by Porter.

Spy [American War, Washington], by Cooper.

Subaltern [Battle of New Orleans], by Glegg.

Subaltern [Peninsular Campaign], by Gleig.

Surgeon's Daughter [Times of George III.], by Scott.

Tales of Flemish Life, by Conscience.

The Pilot [American War, Paul Jones], by Cooper.

Ticonderoga [French War in America, Defeat of Abercromby], by James.

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Eighteenth. Century (continued). Unc'e Tom's Cabin [American Slavery], by Stcnve.

Valentine McClutchy [Irish Grievances], by Carleton.

Virginians [Eve of American War of Independence], by Thackeray.

Waverley [the '"45"]. ky Scott.

Whiteboy [Secret Societies, Ireland], by Hall.

Nineteenth Century (1801). Knight of Gwynne [Legislative Union of England and
Irealnd], by Lever.

(1803). Lords of Strogue [Insurrection of Emmet], by Wingfield.

(1804). Twin Captains [the Empire, Napoleon, France], by Dumas.

(1806). Aide-de-Camp [Campaign of Maida], by Grant.

(1812). Kenneth [French in Russia], by Yonge.

(1812). Polish Lancer [Napoleon in Russia], by Rellstab.

Romance of War [Peninsular War, Spain], by Grant.

(1812). Subaltern [American War], by Gleig.

(1813). Conscript [French Empire], by Erckmann-Chatrian.

(1814). Invasion of France [Russian Invasion], by Erckmann-Chatrian.

(1815). Citizen Bonaparte [French Revolution and Empire], by Erckmann-Chatrian.

(1815). Les Misdrables [French Empire], by Victor Hugo.

(1815). Waterloo [Battle of], by Erckmann-Chatrian.

(1842). War and Peace [Cabul,' Retreat from], by A. L. O. E.

(1847). Castle Daly [Irish Home], by Keary.

(1847). Castle Richmond [Irish Famine], by Trollope.

(1852). Cossacks [Caucasus in the Year 1852], by Tolstoi.

(1860). Courtship in, by Smart.

(1862). Blockade Runners [American Rebellion], by Verne.

(1884). In the Middle Watch [Slave Ships in 1884], by Russell.

(1887). Hobgoblin and Demon [Demons], byDe Witt.

(1888). Through the Snowdrifts [Retreat from Moscow], by Madame De Witt,

Alice Lorraine [Peninsular War], by Blackmore.

Alton Locke [Chartists], by Kingsley.

Ben Brace [French Empire, Naval War], by Chamier.

Beyond Recall [Egypt, Bombardment of Alexandria], by Sergeant.

Bivouac [France, Peninsular War], by Maxwell.

Duke of Albany's Highlanders [India and Afghanistan], by Grant.

Female Nihilist [Nihilism], by Lavigne.

Hassan, or the Child of the Pyramid [Egypt], by Murray.

Helen and Olga [Domestic Manners, Russia], by Manning.

Hour and the Man [Hayti, Toussaint L'Ouverture], by Martineau.

In Times of Peril [Indian Mutiny], by Henty.

Interpreter [Crimean War and Hungary], by Whyte Melville.

Lady Wedderburn's Wish [Crimean War], by Grant.

Laura Everingharn [Crimean War], by Grant.

Margaret Muller [Franco-German War], by Mme. Berster.

Mary Barton [Manufacturing Districts], by Mrs. Gaskell.

Max Cromer [Franco-German War, Siege of Strasburg], by Stretton.

North and South [Manufacturing Districts], by Mrs. Gaskell.

One of the Six Hundred [Balaclava], by Grant.

Parisians [Commune, Paris], by Lytton.

Ravenshoe [Crimean War], by Kingsley.

Rody the Rover [Ireland], by W. Carleton.

Shadow of the Sword [Escape of Napoleon from Elba], by Buchanan.

Story of the Plebiscite [Franco-German War], by Erckmann-Chatrian.

Sybil [Chartists], by Disraeli.

Ten Thousand a Year, by Warren.

Thaddeus of Warsaw [Poland], by Porter.

Tolla [Modern Rome], by About.

Ula [Zulus, Cetewayo], by Eden.

Wayside Cross [Spain and Portugal], by Milman.

When we were Boys [Irish Life, Insurrection, &c.], by O'Brien.

Young Franc-Tireurs [Franco-German War], by Henty.

Young Llanero [War in Venezuela], by Kingston.

Young Rajah [Indian Mutiny], by Kingston.



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Supplement to the General Catalogue.

ABB ACK

JLJLBBE (Professor Cleveland). See Nature, v. 40, 2700].

Abbot (Charles, Lord Colchester, Speaker of the House of Commons,

b. 1762, d. 1832), Diary of [1802-17], edited by his Son 241-31!

Abbott (Jacob, American Writer, b. 1803, d. 1879), History of

William the Conqueror. 1853 14420

Memoirs of the Holy Land [Harper's New Monthly Magazine].. 1585]

Abbott (John S. C., Brother of Above, b. 1805, d. 1877), Napoleon

Bonaparte [ Harper's New Monthly Magazine] 1 583 J

Palaces of France [Harper's New Monthly Magazine] 1 58 Sj

Works of. See Harper's Index, i64oja.

Abbott (L.), Ed., Henry Ward Beecher, a Sketch of his Career 657F

AbednegO. See Robinson's Scripture Characters, isiK.

Abel. See Robinson's Scripture Characters, isiK.

Abercromby (Hon. R.), Seas and Skies in many Latitudes, or

Wanderings in Search of Weather. 1888 843!^

See also Nature, v. 40, 2700.7.

Aberdeen (Lord). See Walpole's Lord Russell, 6ioF.

Aberystwitll. See Thomson's Health Resorts, 9s8K.

Abingdon. See English Illustrated, v. 6, 19967.

Ablett (William H.), Ed. See Roland's Agricultural Works, 826-3oF.

Abney (Captain W. de W., Inspector in Science Department, Royal
Engineers, b. 1843), F.R.S., Ed,, Spectrum Analysis in its
Application to Terrestrial Substances and the Physical Con-
stitution of the Heavenly Bodies, by Schellen, translated by
Lassell, illustrated. 1885 6950

Traps to Catch Sunbeams [Lecture on the Sun] I94R

' See also Nature, v. 40, 2700.7.

Aborigines, The. See Stanford's Compendium, SssK.

Absalom (Son of David, d. 1023 B.C.). See Robinson's Scripture Characters,

i 5 iK, &c.
Abscess. See Man and his Maladies, 93gK. Medicine, &c.

Abstinence, Case for Total Abstinence, by Lacey. 1889 33oR

Abstraction. See Science of Thought, s8sH.

Abyssinia. See Stanford's Compendium, 84gK. Wylde's Soudan, 275-6H, &c.

Accidents. See Cassell's Family Magazine [Nursery Accidents, and What to do

for them,], v. 15, 13657, &c.

Accounts. See Bowring's Decimal System, ii23M.
Acheta Domestica, M. E. S. [Miss L. M. Budgeon], Episodes of

Insect Life, illustrated. 1849 834!^

Ackworth (W. M. ), Railways of England. 1889 937D

50 [1073]



GUILLE-ALLES LIBRARY. AGA



Adand (H. W.), F.R.S., Health, Work, and Play. 1856
Acoustics. See Williams' Science in Short Chapters, soak.
Acrobats. See Gymnastics, Athletic Exercises, &c.

Actors. See English Illustrated Magazine [What Players are they], v. 5, 1 995.7.
Acts and Contracts. See Levi's International Law, aggR.

Acts of Parliament. See Gardner's Sanitary Science, 941 K. Smiths Laws con-
cerning the Public Health, Q42K, &c.

Acts of the Apostles, by Baumgarten, translated by Morrison. 1854 8i6-8A
____ Commentary by Calvin, ed. by Beveridge, 2 vols. 1844 8i3>4A
____ See also Alford's Greek Testament, 927 A. &c.
Adam (A., Latin Scholar, b. 1741, d. 1809), LL.D. See Mothers of Great

Men and Women, 682F.

Adams (Ernest), Ph.D., Elements of the English Language. 1872. IQ52R
Adams (Sir Francis Ottiwell), C.B., and Cunningham (C. D.),

The Swiss Confederation. 1889 .................................... 3!!

Adams (H. C., Greek Scholar}, M.A., Jews after the Dispersion ...... 2882]

Adams (II. G.), Favourite Song Birds, coloured plates. 1889 ...... 2I33R

Adams (H. G. and H. B.), The Smaller British Birds, with Descrip-

tions of their Nests, Eggs, Habits, &c., coloured plates. 1874 3QD
Adams (John Quincy, American Stateman, b. 1767, d. 1848). See Bryce's

American Commonwealth, 517!!, &c.
Addison (P. L.), Practical Elements of Construction, a reference

Book for Engineers and Builders. 1888 .......................... ii4iM

Adelaide. See Brassey's Last Voyage, 862K, &c.

Adjectives. See Science of Thought, 585!!. Grammar, &c.

Adlard (George) Amye Robsart and the Earl of Leycester, and a

History of Kenil worth Castle. 1870 .............................. 663F

Admirals, Lives of the British Admirals [Lardner's Cab. Cyclo.] ... 786-9OT
Adrian VI. (Pope of Rome, b. 1459, d. 1523). See Ward's Counter-Reforma-

tion, 2$6T, &c.

Adulterations. See Smith's Foods, s8oR. Foods, c.
Adventure, Inklings of [by Willis], 2 vols in i. 1836 .................. 1907!*.

Adventures in Persia, &c., by Layard, illustrated, 2 vols. 1887. ...I726-7R

- See also Boys' Own Annual, v. i, 2951.7. Excelsior, iQ26-3iR. Fiction, &c.
JEneid of Virgil, translated by Conington. 1888 ........................ 8o2\I

Aeronautics. See Harper's Index, 1640 Ja, &c.

JEschylus (Greek Tragic Poet, b. 525, d. 456 B.C.). See Posnett's Literature,

394 R, &c.
JEsthetiu and Miscellaneous Works of Frederick Von Schlegel,

translated by E. J. Millirgton. 1849 ..............................

JEsthetical Questions [ Vernon Lee's Juvenilia] ........................ 2OO9R

JEsthetics. See Hamerton's Portfolio Papers, n68M, &c.

Afghanistan, Disasters in 1841-2, by Lady Sale. 1843 .............. 5 6 5 H

- See also Dilke's Problems of Greater Britain, sssH. Macmillan s Magazine

[Afghan Boundary], v. 58, gSSJ. Poole's Index, R.L. Stanford's

Compendium, SsaK, &c.

Africa, Central, In Darkest Africa, or the Rescue and Retreat of
Emin, Governor of Equatoria, by Henry Morton Stanley,
2 vols., illustrated. 1890 ............................. 871-2 and 873-4!^

- North and Central, Travels and Discoveries in the years

1849-1855, by Earth. 1857 .............................. . ........... 844-8K

- See also Blackwood's Magazine [Critical Position of Europeans in], v. 146,

2i6J. Brown's Palaeolithic Man, gosF. Contemporary Review, v. 56,
2o66J ; [what Stanley has done for the Map of], v. 57, 2067.]. Dilke's
Problems of Greater Britain, 334-5!!. Fortnightly [England and
Germany in South], v. 51, 2i4iJ. Harper's Index, i64oja. Nature, v.
40, 27ooJ. Stanford's Compendium, 849!^.. Wonders of Nature and
Art, 1329!!, c.

Agate. See Emanuel's Precious Stones, n63M. King's Decorative Stones,
H59M.

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AGE ENGLISH SECTION. GENERAL SUPPLEMENT. ALE

Age. See Sigourney's Past Meridian, 2045!?..
Agitation. See Poole's Index, R.L., &c.

Agnosticism. See Fortnightly [The Future of, and Cowardly], v. 51, 2141 J.
Nineteenth Century, v. 25, 22357. Westminster Review, v. 132, R.L.
Agreement. See Sidgwick's Fallacies, 3giR, &c.
AgTicola and Germany of Tacitus, &c., translated by Church and

Broclribh. 1885 ......................................................... 796M



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